Print Reading for Industry356ClassDateNameIndustry Print Exercise 17-2Refer to the print PR 17-2 and answer the questions below.Sectianed1. Is the locknut shown as sectioned or not sectioned?Two2. How many total washers are used in this assembly?3. What type of spring is used in this assembly: compression, extension, or torsion? Campressi on4. Does the spring used in this assembly have a ground end?5. Does the part associated with find number 13 fit into the part associated with find number 142Yes6. What must be done to the handwheel before adding the washer and locknut?ontothe stem to the shoulderPressor tap it59 uareReview questions based on previous units:7. What word describes the manner in which the parts associated with find numbers 9-14 are shown inthe detail, as compared to the way they are shown in the main section view?Expladed8. How many pressure seal rings are needed?Three9. What are the part numbers of the two subassemblies (not find numbers)?B-8412-10and B-8412-810. What is applied to parts 7509-9 and 7509-42 prior to assembly?11S50-677 1obricantCopyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. Unit 17 Springs and Fasteners in Industrial Prints35710Ar0-9Ca vaarwolgevdiedWШTUNLESS JAMMED BEYOND THIS POINT.SPRING LOADED PACKINGto 99Wbr6rhe0 iunoria0mti vldmsess aid r4ail ahso oril doifwas0-9A iniPrint supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products.PR 17-2. Upper Assembly Kit.Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.SEE DETAIL(1514)(13126LLPRESS OR TAP ONTO SQUAREOF STEM TO SHOULDER BEFOREASSEMBLY OF WASHER & LOCKNUTAPPLY 11550-677LUBRICANT PRIORTO ASSEMBLY15TAPEB-9408-914PACKING GLANDB-9410-14131O-RING7511-25S123PRESSURE SEAL RINGS7509-42111JAM RING6-600B-9410-310WASHERSPRINGB-9410-156SEAT DISC RETAINER ASSEMBLYB-8412-8BONNET RINGB-8400-35STEMB-8412-69BONNET&TUBE ASSEMBLYSEAL HOUSINGHANDWHEELB-8412-10B-9410-237509-15TGNOTES:1. CLEAN ITEMS 4-14 PER B-11550-4002. STORE CLEAN.2WASHER3194-19LOCKNUT7513-13ITEM QTY.DESCRIPTIONNUMBERREGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTSBURLINGTON, N.C. 27215DRAWNT. TICKLEP. KEANED. WILLIAMSJ. OLSENTHIS DRAWING S EC PROPRIETARY INFORMATIONALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INMENTION ARE RESERVEDPLOT GENERATED05/22/98OTHERWISE SPECIFIEDXX/67/t 0152 PL DEC3 PL DEC4 PL DECUPPERASSEMBLY KIT(UNTESTED)SNSVISISA097, 05/22/98A issUEDCONCENTRICITY 010 FMREMOVE BURRS BREAKINTERPRET DIENSONS& DRAWING NOTOLERANCES AWNS RBKA008412-KITUC661-NSLA 3SY-CHANGES1-GAGES(1:1)

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I need answers to parts 10, 11, and 12, pertaining to the print provided.

Print Reading for Industry
356
Class
Date
Name
Industry Print Exercise 17-2
Refer to the print PR 17-2 and answer the questions below.
Sectianed
1. Is the locknut shown as sectioned or not sectioned?
Two
2. How many total washers are used in this assembly?
3. What type of spring is used in this assembly: compression, extension, or torsion? Campressi on
4. Does the spring used in this assembly have a ground end?
5. Does the part associated with find number 13 fit into the part associated with find number 142
Yes
6. What must be done to the handwheel before adding the washer and locknut?
onto
the stem to the shoulder
Press
or tap it
59 uare
Review questions based on previous units:
7. What word describes the manner in which the parts associated with find numbers 9-14 are shown in
the detail, as compared to the way they are shown in the main section view?
Expladed
8. How many pressure seal rings are needed?
Three
9. What are the part numbers of the two subassemblies (not find numbers)?
B-8412-10
and B-8412-8
10. What is applied to parts 7509-9 and 7509-42 prior to assembly?
11S50-677 1obricant
Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.
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Print Reading for Industry 356 Class Date Name Industry Print Exercise 17-2 Refer to the print PR 17-2 and answer the questions below. Sectianed 1. Is the locknut shown as sectioned or not sectioned? Two 2. How many total washers are used in this assembly? 3. What type of spring is used in this assembly: compression, extension, or torsion? Campressi on 4. Does the spring used in this assembly have a ground end? 5. Does the part associated with find number 13 fit into the part associated with find number 142 Yes 6. What must be done to the handwheel before adding the washer and locknut? onto the stem to the shoulder Press or tap it 59 uare Review questions based on previous units: 7. What word describes the manner in which the parts associated with find numbers 9-14 are shown in the detail, as compared to the way they are shown in the main section view? Expladed 8. How many pressure seal rings are needed? Three 9. What are the part numbers of the two subassemblies (not find numbers)? B-8412-10 and B-8412-8 10. What is applied to parts 7509-9 and 7509-42 prior to assembly? 11S50-677 1obricant Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.

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Unit 17 Springs and Fasteners in Industrial Prints
357
10
Ar0-9
Ca vaar
wol
gevdiedW
ШT
UNLESS JAMMED BEYOND THIS POINT.
SPRING LOADED PACKING
to 99
W
br
6rh
e0 iun
oria
0
mti vldmsess aid r
4ail ahso ori
l doifw
as0-9A ini
Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products.
PR 17-2. Upper Assembly Kit.
Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc.
SEE DETAIL
(15
14)
(13
12
6
LL
PRESS OR TAP ONTO SQUARE
OF STEM TO SHOULDER BEFORE
ASSEMBLY OF WASHER & LOCKNUT
APPLY 11550-677
LUBRICANT PRIOR
TO ASSEMBLY
15
TAPE
B-9408-9
14
PACKING GLAND
B-9410-14
13
1
O-RING
7511-25S
12
3
PRESSURE SEAL RINGS
7509-42
11
1
JAM RING
6-600
B-9410-3
10
WASHER
SPRING
B-9410-15
6
SEAT DISC RETAINER ASSEMBLY
B-8412-8
BONNET RING
B-8400-35
STEM
B-8412-6
9
BONNET&TUBE ASSEMBLY
SEAL HOUSING
HANDWHEEL
B-8412-10
B-9410-2
3
7509-15TG
NOTES:
1. CLEAN ITEMS 4-14 PER B-11550-400
2. STORE CLEAN.
2
WASHER
3194-19
LOCKNUT
7513-13
ITEM QTY.
DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
REGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS
BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215
DRAWN
T. TICKLE
P. KEANE
D. WILLIAMS
J. OLSEN
THIS DRAWING S EC PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INMENTION ARE RESERVED
PLOT GENERATED
05/22/98
OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
XX/67/
t 015
2 PL DEC
3 PL DEC
4 PL DEC
UPPER
ASSEMBLY KIT
(UNTESTED)
SNSVISIS
A097, 05/22/98
A issUED
CONCENTRICITY 010 FM
REMOVE BURRS BREAK
INTERPRET DIENSONS& DRAWING NO
TOLERANCES AW
NS R
BKA008412-KITUC
661-NSLA 3SY
-CHANGES
1-GAGES
(1:1)
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Unit 17 Springs and Fasteners in Industrial Prints 357 10 Ar0-9 Ca vaar wol gevdiedW ШT UNLESS JAMMED BEYOND THIS POINT. SPRING LOADED PACKING to 99 W br 6rh e0 iun oria 0 mti vldmsess aid r 4ail ahso ori l doifw as0-9A ini Print supplied by RegO Cryo-Flow Products. PR 17-2. Upper Assembly Kit. Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. SEE DETAIL (15 14) (13 12 6 LL PRESS OR TAP ONTO SQUARE OF STEM TO SHOULDER BEFORE ASSEMBLY OF WASHER & LOCKNUT APPLY 11550-677 LUBRICANT PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY 15 TAPE B-9408-9 14 PACKING GLAND B-9410-14 13 1 O-RING 7511-25S 12 3 PRESSURE SEAL RINGS 7509-42 11 1 JAM RING 6-600 B-9410-3 10 WASHER SPRING B-9410-15 6 SEAT DISC RETAINER ASSEMBLY B-8412-8 BONNET RING B-8400-35 STEM B-8412-6 9 BONNET&TUBE ASSEMBLY SEAL HOUSING HANDWHEEL B-8412-10 B-9410-2 3 7509-15TG NOTES: 1. CLEAN ITEMS 4-14 PER B-11550-400 2. STORE CLEAN. 2 WASHER 3194-19 LOCKNUT 7513-13 ITEM QTY. DESCRIPTION NUMBER REGO CRYO-FLOW PRODUCTS BURLINGTON, N.C. 27215 DRAWN T. TICKLE P. KEANE D. WILLIAMS J. OLSEN THIS DRAWING S EC PROPRIETARY INFORMATION ALL RIGHTS OF DESIGN OR INMENTION ARE RESERVED PLOT GENERATED 05/22/98 OTHERWISE SPECIFIED XX/67/ t 015 2 PL DEC 3 PL DEC 4 PL DEC UPPER ASSEMBLY KIT (UNTESTED) SNSVISIS A097, 05/22/98 A issUED CONCENTRICITY 010 FM REMOVE BURRS BREAK INTERPRET DIENSONS& DRAWING NO TOLERANCES AW NS R BKA008412-KITUC 661-NSLA 3SY -CHANGES 1-GAGES (1:1)

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